Mergers and takeovers
There are various reasons for deciding to initiate a merger or acquisition. If you already own shares in a company, your interest in mergers or acquisitions may, for example, be related to gathering more knowledge and know-how, an expansion of your product portfolio or range of services, the realisation of benefits of scale or strengthening your market position. If you are a current employee and want to wholly or partially acquire the organisation you work for or if an experienced manager wants to take the initial steps to become an independent entrepreneur by taking over an existing company, we refer to this respectively as a Management Buy-Out and Management Buy-In.
For the specific characteristics and points of attention for the various methods for mergers and acquisitions, you can choose from the links below.
Buying another company is an excellent way of giving form to your growth strategy. Read more to learn about the advisory services of Van Oers Corporate Finance in a strategic acquisition.
Read more about strategic takeover/acquisition.
Management buy-out (MBO)
It frequently occurs that a company will not be sold to an external party, but to the incumbent management. Such a transaction is known as a Management Buy-Out. Read more to learn how Van Oers Corporate Finance advises management in a Management Buy-Out.
Read more about management buy-out (MBO).
Management Buy-In (MBI)
If an investor is willing to takeover the management of an existing company, we can speak of a so-called Management Buy-In (MBI). Read more to learn how Van Oers Corporate Finance advises MBI-candidates.
Read more about management buy-in (MBI).